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Installing Java 7 and Tomcat 7

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We need to download and install Java 7 ARM v6/7 Linux headless edition and tomcat 7.

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5 Comments on Installing Java 7 and Tomcat 7

  1. Next, how to get mod_jk connector working to avoid use of :8080 port spec. Any thoughts? I’m about to try building it from source on the Pi.

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  2. I maybe just be a simple hyperchicken from a backwoods asteroid, but this line doesn’t seem right to me:

    “to start tomcat type: sh bin/shutdown.sh”

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